ATLANTA, June 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Micron Optics, Inc., the leading provider of innovative equipment for fiber optic sensingequipment, today announces the launch of the os7510 and os7520 Fabry-Perot Accelerometers. This patented design brings a fresh approach to the fiber-based accelerometers on the market today and addresses the shortcomings of previous designs.
The os7500 series of optical accelerometers are available in two configurations; the os7510 is optimized for long-term civil infrastructure measurements and the os7520 is designed for lower frequency range, near seismic events. These sensors can be daisy chained on a single HYPERION channel, which allows for these sensors to be integrated into systems with strain, displacement, temperature, etc. measurements.
About Micron Optics, Inc.
Micron Optics' optical sensing and imaging products make impossible measurements possible, revealing new, critical information for Infrastructure, Energy, Transportation, Medical and Industrial sectors. Since 1990, Micron Optics has been expanding its core capabilities from tunable optical components and leading-edge instrumentation and software, to complete optical sensing systems. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Micron Optics is a privately held company. For more information, visit http://www.micronoptics.com.
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